Delivering properly functioning, easily maintainable, bug-free code really is harder than it used to be. Not only do development teams have to deal with frequently changing requirements and tight project timelines, they also must find ways to work effectively in distributed project teams, and with larger, more complex database environments than even just a few years ago.
By adopting a best practices approach, development organizations can enable distributed project teams to work together effectively, even in the most complex database environments, to deliver the best possible applications. With the right integrated development environment (IDE), developers can work more consistently and efficiently, and collaborate effectively.
By implementing database development best practices with Toad for Oracle, organizations can improve application performance and dramatically reduce costly unplanned development cycles. Developers will work far more effectively in a single, customizable toolset with extensive performance optimization and automation features, while managers will gain greater control over development processes and visibility into code performance and their teams’ projects.
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